Our work 

It is essential that we stay up to date with the latest research evidence in neuro-developmental assessment and intervention. A critical part of delivering services of the highest quality is ensuring we inquire about our own practices, attend conferences and publish our work. We hope this reassures clients that they are accessing a service from experienced clinicians who are committed to making use of cutting edge thinking in mental health and in learning new techniques that will make the biggest difference in the work we do with you. 
Selected Staff Publications 

Kennedy, E.K., Dunsmuir, S., & Cameron, R.J. (In press). Professional training and development in consultation: from knowledge to competence and capability in educational and child psychology practice in England. In S. Rosenfield & C. Hatzichristou (Eds.). The International Handbook of Consultation in Educational Settings. To be published by Taylor & Francis.

 

Kennedy, E.K., & Monsen, J.J. (2016). Evidence based practice in Educational and Child Psychology: Opportunities for practitioner-researchers using Problem-Based Methodology. Educational and Child Psychology, 33, 11 - **.

 

Kennedy, E.K. (2015). The Revised SEND Code of Practice 0–25: effective practice in engaging children and young people in decision-making about interventions for social, emotional and mental health needs. Support for Learning, 30, 364 – 380.

 

Annan, M., Chua, J., Cole, R., Kennedy, E.K., James, R., Markúsdóttir, I., Monsen, J.J., Robertson, L., & Shah, S. (2013). Further iterations on using the Problem Analysis Framework. Educational Psychology in Practice , 29, 79 – 95.

 

Kennedy, E.K., Greene, J., & Cameron, R.J. (2012). Transitions in the early years: Educational and child psychologists working to reduce the impact of school culture shock. Educational and Child Psychology, 29, 19 – 31.

 

Kennedy, E.K., Cameron, R.J., & Monsen, J.J. (2009). Effective consultation in educational and child psychology practice: Professional training for both competence and capability. School Psychology International, 30, 234 – 244.

 

Kennedy, E.K., Frederickson, N., & Monsen, J.J. (2008). Do educational psychologists “walk the talk” when consulting? Educational Psychology in Practice, 24, 169 – 187. 

Kennedy, E.K., Dunsmuir, S., & Cameron, R.J. (In press). Professional training and development in consultation: from knowledge to competence and capability in educational and child psychology practice in England. In S. Rosenfield & C. Hatzichristou (Eds.). The International Handbook of Consultation in Educational Settings. To be published by Taylor & Francis.

 

Kennedy, E.K., & Monsen, J.J. (2016). Evidence based practice in Educational and Child Psychology: Opportunities for practitioner-researchers using Problem-Based Methodology. Educational and Child Psychology, 33, 11 - **.

 

Kennedy, E.K. (2015). The Revised SEND Code of Practice 0–25: effective practice in engaging children and young people in decision-making about interventions for social, emotional and mental health needs. Support for Learning, 30, 364 – 380.

 

Annan, M., Chua, J., Cole, R., Kennedy, E.K., James, R., Markúsdóttir, I., Monsen, J.J., Robertson, L., & Shah, S. (2013). Further iterations on using the Problem Analysis Framework. Educational Psychology in Practice , 29, 79 – 95.

 

Kennedy, E.K., Greene, J., & Cameron, R.J. (2012). Transitions in the early years: Educational and child psychologists working to reduce the impact of school culture shock. Educational and Child Psychology, 29, 19 – 31.

 

Kennedy, E.K., Cameron, R.J., & Monsen, J.J. (2009). Effective consultation in educational and child psychology practice: Professional training for both competence and capability. School Psychology International, 30, 234 – 244.

 

Kennedy, E.K., Frederickson, N., & Monsen, J.J. (2008). Do educational psychologists “walk the talk” when consulting? Educational Psychology in Practice, 24, 169 – 187. 

Selected Staff Conference Presentations 

Kennedy, E.K. (2016). Ethical conduct and competence – experiences of teaching and assessing ethical sensitivity and reasoning on an initial school psychology training programme. Presentation at the 38th Annual Conference of the International School Psychology Association, Amsterdam Holland.

 

Dunsmuir, S., & Kennedy, E.K. (2016). ** Presentation at the 38th Annual Conference of the International School Psychology Association, Amsterdam Holland.

Kennedy, E.K., Cannon, S., Keaney, C., Lee, V., & Shaldon, C. (2016). ** Presentation at the 38th Annual Conference of the International School Psychology Association, Amsterdam Holland.

Kennedy, E.K., & Gibbs, J. (2015). PATHS to teach children with Autism about emotions and emotional regulation: Challenges and opportunities in implementation. Symposium at the 10th International PATHS Learning Conference at the University of Lisbon, Portugal.

 

Kennedy, E.K., Odalele, G., & Sorton, A. (2014). Collaboration between schools and the voluntary sector: challenges and opportunities in implementing Promoting Alternative Thinking Skills [PATHS]. Workshop at the Implementing Implementation Science Conference at the University of Cambridge.

 

Kennedy, E.K. (2010) It ain’t what you do, it’s the why that you do it. Poster presented at the Division of Educational and Child Psychology Annual Continuing Professional Development Event, Bournemouth UK.

 

Kennedy, E.K., Cameron, R.J., & Monsen, J. (2010). Supporting residential and foster carers through consultation: Achieving positive outcomes for children and their carers. Presentation at the 32nd Annual Conference of the International School Psychology Association, Dublin Ireland.